doi: 10.25005/2074-0581-2012-14-1-67-71
Clinical - immunological disorders in urogenital chlamydiosis in men

U.A. Tadjibaev

In the presented study 75 men with chronic urogenital chlamydial uretro-prostatitis was found that the manifestations of the disease were discomfort and pain in the genital area (in 57,3% of cases), sexual dysfunction (57,3%), dyzuric disorders (50,7 %), objective - the discharge from urethra (45,3%), urethral labium adhesion (24%). Immunological disorders characterized by the suppression of the activity of cellular immunity, nonspecific defense factors and increased activity of humoral immunity. Inhibition of cellular immunity was accompanied by a decreasing off CD3 - lymphocytes and their CD4 - helper and CD8 – suppressor subpopulations, increasing activity of humoral immunity – rising the number of CD20 – cells, serum IgM, IgG and circulating immune complexes.

Keywords: chlamydial urethro-prostatitis, cellular and humoral immunity , uretrogenital chlampdiosis.

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